Should have taken a picture…

Stopped by work today. I know you all think that I (and most of my colleagues) don’t work, but… today isn’t going to help my case. H called me this morning to remind her the name of this author… yes, someone actually asked ME to remember a NAME. I know. Another unlikely story. Even unlikelier, I actually remembered it. When she called, she apologized for calling during work, but then joked about how I don’t work anyways. I then reminded her it is Saturday. Silly school vacation people. Can’t remember what day it is and when normal people work. But I digress.

I went to work today. Not to work. It is Saturday, silly. I was bored at home and remembered there is a pool table at work. So I went to work to play pool. The pool table is on one of the upper floors and has an incredible view of the eastern set of hills. The view was incredible. Bright blue sky. Green grass. And SNOW!

I know. All you east coast people are saying, “whoopee. snow.” But for where I am in California, this is pretty exciting. And beautiful. Like I said, bright blue sky and green grass separated by a layer of white topped hills. There were also a few white fluffy clouds floating around the moon. The sun was getting lower in the sky and the colors were vibrant. It was breathtaking. I wish I’d taken a picture.

Here are some other people’s pictures of the snow. Under “Related Links” choose “Photos: Bay Area Snow”, or try some of the videos. Click past the hailstorm in SF and you will be in for a treat looking at Californians try to drive in snow. Do they make cars out here different than they do on the east coast, or is it just the drivers? Enjoy!

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by The Joneses on March 12, 2006 at 6:36 pm

    We were very surprised to see the snow and hail covered cars in our neighborhood when we returned to San Francisco from DC. That was when we decided to finalize our plans for our trip to Hawaii.

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